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Heading to old favourites Corserine and the Rhinns of Kell with my brother for a day out. Hopefully it will clear my head.

I need a day out so tomorrow I am off to my local hills where I spent lots of time as a boy getting into the mountains. This was with my Dad and family as a very young boy and … Continue reading

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Thanks to Transport Scotland for sorting out the cycle path on the A82 near Onich Services. In Ayr with family and a few thoughts on my visit to Lockerbie.

It was great to receive these photos from my friend Susan on the work being done by Transport Scotland on the very busy A82. The photo below was of the cycle path with lots of branches and trees that could … Continue reading

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A great insight into the World of hill running! Jonny Muir – “The Mountains are Calling”

Many know my thoughts on these incredible people who run over our mountains and wild places. I was privileged to write a forward for another runner Manny Gorman who ran the Corbett a few years ago. In it I described … Continue reading

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Jenny Graham hits 13000 kilometres – amazing. My tips from the amazing Jenny on looking an important part of your anatomy !! Top girl xx

Thanks to the Adventure Syndicate Jenny Graham going so well what a lassie! Unsupported round the World ! Stay safe and well we all love your trip and are with you every minute! What an inspiration Jenny !! Jenny Graham … Continue reading

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A grand day on Carn Chhuinneag, magical hill, great paths the land of the Clearances and our sad history.

I picked my pal Babs up at Dunphail and we put our Mountain Bikes in the van and away at 0700, so it was an early start for me. I had a snag with my back years of lifting and … Continue reading

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Heading out on the hill Carn Chuinneag. Near Bonar Bridge. A hill and Glen with a sad history of the Clearances.

I am of with a pal to hopefully climb Carn Chuinneag at 838 metres is @the hill of the Churn@.I have done this Corbett in the past in June 2011 it was an enjoyable day. It is a a hill … Continue reading

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A bit on the A82 on the Cycle path !

North Ballachulish to Corran Ferry – 3.5 miles interesting information still trying to get something done! Got a reply from Transport Scotland yesterday Hello – thank you for your message, we have passed the information to our operating company who … Continue reading

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